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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1905.
Published Daily by
TSX J. S. DELUKGER COMPAMY.
tr mad, wr year S7.00
By mail, per month 60
By carrier, per month .75
By mall, per year, in advance.. $1.00
Entered at second-class niatU-r Jane
C lwfc, at the iHwtorrw at Astoria. O re
run, under Uie act of louyrrM ol March t,
uca ktorjax to rtliw nsideoo or place ot
bualDMa aar be made by postal card or
through tele ban. Any tmirularity la de
livery abould be mraed lately reoorted to the
offlos ot publlcattoa.
TELEPHONE MAIN Mi.
Citiarn niut ftanj for Uieir cotttribu- possible for a mau'a to b. Ilia strict at-
tion to ita rxct wihether they will or Mention to the formal duties of hi
not, and a. they bar showa no appre- cmmh h" wv'r
. . . gives liberally to the church and ita
w ln" I lu Wvaritica and iU educational insiiUi-
they brought the public credit, the Ke- tion M M wmpUr t,f
publicans ith their eyes wide open toLi.ty. Yet in business UiU man I a
the real and exacting Matin of affair, jcold and pawdonle a- a, snake and a
h.v. Lwt.-l .fc.m.lv. in tie riuht- Iremorseleii. a death. Neither the law.
".-- - -
ing of tle thing sitd will do tlwir duty
the gospel, nor the. ordinary instinct
of htinianitv are neraiitted to intorfor
. t t 1 f ... I
by uie uMver mat na, .e,n ..-. .. pUnH h ,Ip to ,,,,;
Urly undone. The trouble ha been, the oil busine and reap the largest
and is that the Onion movement, alpoMll profit from it He i the rich
such, has long sim leen dissipated and '' n V orA. but he continues
,.- ls.t.w .J,iiii..1 for 1Vimvratu t "r "f """" """"- V .""..
manipulation and influence, to the com
phte negation of the litiens' original
ami decent program.
Portland, Dec., 2. Western
Oregon, Western Washington:
Sunday, occasional light rain.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN TICKET.
J. W. Suprenant
FOR AUDITOR AND POLICE JUDGE
A. B. Dalgity.
FOR POLICE COMMISSIONERS
John W. Babbidge, six year term.
W. C Laws, two year term.
Alfred S. Tee.
SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS
James F. Kearney.
FOR COUNCILMAN-FIRST WARD
KEEPING POWDER DRY.
It i claimed for the IVintH-rat, that
Uiey are making no public outcry in
their pre Isvaitse thev desire to
"keep tlieir powder iliy" for a sist, ef
fective pyroUvhnic display, that ahall,
at one fell swoop, wipe Republican
competition and suceing the public.
The man ha a dead soul, an atroph
ied eotw-it-nce and a heart whose Is-at-
iK purely mvhanical. He la at once
Ian intrllcchml giant and a moral freak
lie ha. deified liimclf and i hi own
mot devoute oCHhier.
ROCKY ROAD AHEAD.
FOR COUNCTLMEN SECOND
James J. Robinson.
R. M. Leathers.
FOR COUNCILMAN THIRD WARD
C. A. Leinenweber.
ASTORIA'S PUBLIC DEBT.
The Republican party, as such, went
out of power in this city on December
.31, J901. When it went out it left
municipal debt of $HC.fM0. The Citi
"ien spumed control of Uie city with
a flourish of trumpet and a host' of
promises of reform, among which was
an abatement of the city' obligation,
Thef city now owe $222j0. Fiftjyl
thouAand of thu vu iued not so very
long ago to meet the current warrant
iiulcLtedniea and wu sutlened to 1e
done upon the po-ative aurance tlait
the adminihtration would instantly go
to a ca-sh basis The warrants are again
practkaily a year behind in payment
aJid piling up steadily. The Citizens
have once been compelled to go to the
LAnsiaiura ion an exian-iori ot vai
debt limit in ordt-r to save the financial
situation. Vm limit was raid II.'j.OOO.
And if the cidit of the city i to !'
preserved, it muni be expanded once
mom. or an administration placed in
power that can and will reduce the
volume of public exjM-nditure, and in-U-
tut a jit Iiii of relmii-iunenl tliu,t
will Itring relief unit re-tore foitlidenee.
It do" not matter now who wa pri
marily wsnjble for the weight f the
debtj the Citizen cannot cch' I heir
preponderant hhare of liiiliility. Tlicy
am ieeking to make tint Hepiililii-Hii
answerable for tle, whole ninn the city
i owing; but having been in the saddle
for thirteen years and holding U'w bul
IK' of power at all time, it seem
they are a bit tardy in their w lieme of
repudiation. However, tlie debt today
i $7000 beyond the legal limit That i
tlie vulnerable point. The Republicans
admit their share in the folly, and the
Tlut mutiny of Hiisoian sailor and
tnp at' Kehtttop, the principal
Hlack Sea 1h1, the wounding of an
piration in thi campaign into innocti- I admiral who attempted to contrtd them
ous sniithereen. Now there i an art and the ircnerul disorder ensuini; i an
m keeping powder dry, eHcially when jot her strong evklem of the wide
it isn't paid for. It i expedient, at I spread and growing diaalTcction in the
leaet, to tet the explosive, once in aliiutk of the ctar's last wt, -lnt
while, to ascertain tre.it it i "keeping I what i exjwted when the socialise
drv" and not deteriitrating from "moi- lcnei't imirionel in Japan, and tli
ture" and other extraneou -ane be- I trit in SiN'riu, return home other
vond tlie control of the custodian I than a revolution i difficult to con
charged with keeping it dry. There arelceive. The policy of the government i
case where the custodian are drier! to Keen
than the powder; especially when Uhey lout of Kuropean 1'ussia a long a x
attempt to write anything in behalf of I sidle. Wh.:i tl(f prt4imis it conic
the claims of the Democratic Pot I'oiirri I Ihmiic they will bring ho rejoicing. Kiis-
thtat seeks to engraft it initial ttcp tiil.iit ha no navy worth mentioning. In
i a I s 1 1 1 t a 1
a "wide oten town policy, uy capiur- 1 11 sue naa ana na no aaiior 10 oe
ing the city now, and the county in I trusted in manning it. The mutiny a
lune. Bah! Burn your jmwdi-r w hile HYoiistadt and at SdmatNd may lie
you may. It mean but a flash in the I the precursor of others, for the di
pan anyway, and you might a well en-1 affection among the troop ia known t
joy fie momentary delusion. Like aiiioe spreading.
you hope tor, it will soon pus. o
o SMOKERS, BEWARE
SIX MORE DAYS.
Smoker have heard much, in tliesp
It is necessary for - more Republi- Mav of microbe, of the disinfecting
cana to register to bring the registra-1 power of the fume of tobacco;
tion to normal projnirtions and put the much, indft-d, that tlie practice of blow-
party on a w Hilling bast at the polls ing a w.hiff of cigar wnoke into tin
with such a majority a sliall cause the Unking Wll of a telephone to dicoiir
Democrata and their side runners to lag Bnv gi-rin tluit may lie lurking
realize tlie efficacy of deliberate pub- there has become a pretty general habit
lie opinion in this city. Therefore we knie frvipient iisvr of the phone, how
say again, let no Republican neglect his ever, i only now recovering from Ilk-
plain duty in registering. Don't run k-sson which it taught him. a few
Jit 11 1 I' l T .l.All . ..... t
away wnn ine iooiwh uoiion mai up-1 weeks Pio. never to Ixdw l-lore lie
cause the Democrat are not exploiting I (MiU, and it i probable that Jie will
their work in the Budget, or elsew here J not again be so w indy, whether he look
in public print, that they are out of the jor not. On the occasion in question tlie
running; they are making a silent, I moker blew' a whiff of fragrant llav
lamp-lit campaign and mean busineaa. Ina into the plume, when Uiere emerg
It u up to tlie Republican of Astoria to I e4 from the dark interior a winged
spare the community the onus of Dem- fury in the shape of a wa-p, which lit
ocratic rule here and the responsibility on t,e uo. ,,f w blower and lost no
can only be discharged by fie fulfill- tim in making a la-ting impression.
ment of everj- detail of timely electoral In the suildeiiness of hii retreat the
duty the verv first and fcigfinificant of smoker knocked over a 10 vase, which
which is REGISTRATION. A heavy vva smashed, and damaged a typewrit
Republican line up on the registration I ing muchine by letting the telephone
books will lie a tnirtent of the smash I receiver fall on it. The nose is only
that i waiting the 'iieterogrnioiui" at I now as-nmins it normal functions.
OUR FASHION LETTER
Winter Styles Have Bought
Change In Sleeves.
HOHAIR BRAID IS MUCH USED
Black Cloves Art Worn With Short
filet "-.I Gown Pa.it si Tints in
Serges and Soft Faced Cloth Chif
fon Over White (or Blouses.
Winter atrip Lave brought spout k
very dtvided limngo lu aicvvca. The
puff at the ahouhtcr is distinctly aiuall
er and consequently much wort lie-
coining to the arcrsgi wearer.
There luo doubt that the blouse fna
tened In the back affords the Uat oi
portuulty for ciiibrohlcry. One Is able
to clalmrate the dcslgu if the front is
In ono piece. Kveu the uho of the yoke
limits the space for the embroidery uu
Icwa It la a very narrow one. A new
and most becoming yoke which docs
not take much of the available apace
la one where clusters of tucks start
from the shoulders and complete
group below the neck line. This ahort
yoke la very becoming. It la formed
both these disturbinir factor lu WRy " . ana tDere
are icnginwiae iucks uown me center
011 each aide of the plait which corre-
lipond to the group In the frout. The
spates between them are embroidered
with dots In white cotton.
Mohair braid la being much used as
trimming. It Is arranged lengthwise
Oral buckles of white xarl art not
cipcnslve and give a white belt aa It
Btralght front corsets are still li
vogue, although there are more out
TOO MANY "BURTONS."
A jury at St. Louis has found Sena
tor Burton of Kansa guilty. Senator
Burton was charged with using his of
ncial position and fns innuen as a
GO TO, THOU KICKERS!
To t'ie lover of nature the celebra
tion of Christina has its melancholy
tide. Tlie cutting down of hundreds of
thou-anils of youiiu; tree the most
perfect in form w riot only a gricv-
public man to retrain the government I ous economical waste, but a murder of
from investigating a concern that was I the forest in it infancy. It is a para
illegally securing money from the pub-dox that a Chri-tmas fetinl should
lie. ft ww in the nature of a get-rich- (prompt vandalism o destructive of na
quick scheme. As its "'attorney" Sen-tiiral beaut v and mi abhorrent to the
alor Kurton wa only "guarding his ethh-n of modern civilization. Kx.
clients' intsret-"a thinly-veiled decep-1 - . o
tion ho ,ften resorted to bv the dishon- DIES OF SUFFOCATION,
est practitioner of the law and public "
officials, who use their places for Kraft. I Chicaeo. Dec. 2. Kire in a four-story
Thi i the vilest form of graft, for it I rooming house at 14X Wabash avenue
make the government a party to tlie early today caused the death by suffo
proti-ction of criminal and the swind-1 cation of Mrs. Marv (iri-f-bv. aired 63
ling of innocent persm by the conniv- years. Three persons were injured in I
ance of a public oflicial elected by the jumping from the windows, and six
WHITE Tiri-ETA WAIST.
with good effect upon skirts. It is also
very useful in the renovation or altera
tion of garments. A wide braid can be
UHed as a blp yoke to lengthen a skirt
or form a cuff for a sleeve that Is too
short. Sleeves constitute the grentes
difficulty In makiug a last season
bodice up to date. In order to make
sleeve large 11 1 the top It Is liest to
convert the sleeve Into an cIIkjw one
by cutting It Into the shape of n tin If
circle as wide as lis shape will permit
and putting four or five ruffles of lace
or plaited tnusllu at the end of It. Fol
low It up by a tightly fitting under
sleeve of lace to the wrists.
The blouse Illustrated Is of white
taffeta. Pin tucks overlaid with motifs
of English embroidery form the yoke.
The sleeres are elaborately trimmed
GLOVES AND FABRICS.
The modish glove for the short
sleeved gown is black, whatever the
color of the bodice worn. Black la ev
erywbere a contrasting note In the
new styles which bring velvet ribbon
again to the fore as a valuable dress
Pastel tints are smart this season, es
pecially In French serges and soft faced
cloths, and In these colorings are many
oft, attractive shades In silks. A fa
vorlte color Is willow green that comes
people. The- jury's verdict will find
full favor in this ease.
A LA ROCKEFELLER.
The testimony of William A. Morgan.
former manager of the Standard Oil
fViinpany. given at St. Tui throws an
Humiliating li'it on the methods by
which John i). Rockefeller's coqiorution
has overthrown, crushed or driven out
coniiet.ition in everv state of the union.
Mr. Morgan said the company issued or-
li to it agent to inider-'dl compel i-
ors at all hazards. He asserted that
jhiii one ocaion lu- wa supplied with
false guages to Is used in the attempt
'drive the enemy from the field,"
T.'iis illustrate Mr. Rockefeller's idea
f striving for higher (liing. ltecwitly
told a lot of young men tint they
hould not devote themselves exclusive-
Iv to moii'-v-rmikiii'. but should fix
heir eves on higher tiSings. Air. Rock-
feller is one of those abnormal crea
tures so wrapHd up in egotism aa to
gard all virtue objectively. The
Standard Oil magnate has no vices, his
private life being aa correct as it is
were rescued by firemen. The house,
which was occupied by twenty negroes,
was damaged to the extent of f.'KXX),
What is home
J. A. Foker
CHECKED CHEVIOT OOWIf.
In U&ta arid tue beautiful donhu
Wi7T oriental satins wulcn are so
much used for evening gowns.
Chi (Toil and rblffou cloth will be mndr
Up over white for blouaea. Home of
tbeM waists will ba mad of a lighter
shade of the color of the broadcloth
ault with which they are worn.
At the- beginning of th season checks
were voted second rate, but further de.
velopmeuts have shown them to be
still favorites despite thelrat evidence.
In Panama cloth they art especially at
tractive and aervlceablu.
The girl's frock pictured la of checked
icvlot Tlie Isdcro has a yoke extend
ing over tlio top of the sleeve cut In
)uo with tlie front. Ituttons of gold
lud soutache braid trim this pretty
little dress. A deep cuff nddud to the
tfbow sleeves would muke practical
model of this gown.
WHAT TO WEAR.
For at reel wear this season the hat
must mutch the gowu If the wearer Is
to W considered at all smart, but for
the evening Muck bats of velvet seem
lo lie the fa vol ilea. As to colors, oue
baa only to look nt the fall dreaa mate.
rials to know what tones lend In milli
nery. Crocus. Including the soft pus
tc shinies; browns, nils, blues and
grays are shown In such a variety of
shinies that It I illitU-ult to tlx nil one
color us the favorite.
Many of the smart coats linve high.
double, turtioM-r collars that open In
Hmowm vixwrr HAT.
lines of a waist nt the sides. They arc
so cut that they are hygienic. Thi
fabrics used for the oew rorsHs an
of the lightest textures, suck - as ba
tlste or silk brocade, unllned and wel
So many and vnrlisl are the urt
which have kdiwu out of the rllibot
crsr.e that ribbon Is now faaliloucd luti
IJiien chemisettes and cultlets orua
meutetl with eyelet embroidery ars
worn with shirt waist suits. Trend)
embroidered sets of linen lawn will
also be fashionable. With elbow sleeves
long, all over embroidery cuffs reach
ing up to the elbow will be smart this
winter. WKh this style short gloves
may he worn.
A new list of black velvet with
broad brim and high crown la fairly
loaded with black ostrich plumes.
Kuchsls ml and blues wilt play s
part In color scheme, and 1'arlslaiu
are devoted this winter to a vft. ms
tllutll slinde of grsy cslled platlne nod)
also to a shade of green dlsrvMnfully
ilutilMM pea soup.
I Very stunning Is the bat seen lu the!
1 picture of brown velvet trimmed with
j tan adored feathers and an algret,
! Tlie rhoux under the brim are of violet
! velvet. JnM riint.i.PT
MINK MAVTI.U. I . ..
front to display a knottl silk tie wl'j. CHANGE 0r"riME
embroidered ends. .
Velvet wnlsis are to w iopuliir iMsj , Th B"irar Ohio Railroad
winter. The great objection to a waUt "'"'mtnencing Sundsy, November If.
of this iiiatcrliil Is the warmth, but the train No. fl, the Koyal (Hue Limited, will
newest weaves of velvet lire niinpara- leave (Irand (Vntral tm-M-nger station
lively light when compared with those 0 ,t m , '
of a few years ago. Made with a trans- . ... , , ., . 1
parent yoke and collar of la.-e Instead 'rriv ,n """
of a high lined stock they are i(iilte WashingUm at 4:40 p. m., Baltimore
comfortable and ciTtalnly beioinlng. p. m. 1'hiladrlphia, H : 19 p. m. New
Ijnig. straight scarfs of fur thul'Voik 10:40 p. m. the same a with tha
drape the figure as did the chiffon ' ,,, c,,edulc, thus reducing the time
scarfs this summer are to he modish. . , ... , . . "
All the pliable skins are made up !n "", th,rl' n""u,M' No
this style. Most of the schhou's muffs f"r' ' tb'Kl n this fst limited
are Hat 11 ml soft. train. All other trsina will srrive and
The fur mantle sin lu the picture U depart the name as formerly. Stop over
of U-iiullfully mi.rke.1 mink. I'n ilk. u allowed st Washington, ll.llimore and
pieces cover the sleeves to the elbow, i.i.ii,.,),.,.:. , , , . . ,
and a long stole trimmed with short ' , ,,hw ""l l ne ,rn d''' 'l
tails adorns the front "'h r'"'' "n ,lrl hroiigl
' ' tioktts.
Shennan Transter Co.
HENHY 8)1 KKMAN, Manager
Hacks, Carriages Ilaggagc Checked ami TransfcrrcdTrtirks and Fur
niture Wagons Hanoi Moved, Hoxcd and Shi.jcl.
433 Commercial Street
Phone Main 121
J. Q. A. BOWLBY, President.
O. I. PETERSON, Vice-President
FRANK PATTON, Cashier.
J. W. OARNKR, AssisUnt Cashier.
Astoria Savings Bank
CaplUI Paid In 11(10,000. Rnrpln and Undivided Proflu HS0U0.
Tranascu a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Tims Deposits
68 Tenth Street,
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
Capitol and .Surplus $100,000
j AN ASTORIA PRODUCT i
Tale Bohemian Hcer
Best lu Tlie Nort!iwet S
North Pacific Brewing Co. I